Smartphone snapshots could be instantly converted into perfectly-lit professional-looking photographs, thanks to a processor chip developed at MIT.
Following yesterday's outcry over Instagram's radical changes to its terms of service, the company's attempting to reassure users.
In an astonishing demonstration of nerve, Instagram has declared that from next January it has the right to use your name and photos for anything it likes - including selling them to third parties for use in ads.
As promised, Twitter has added Instagram-style features to its service, allowing users to edit photos and apply filters.
Facebook-owned Instagram has disabled a feature that allowed Twitter users to view full versions of photos on the social network. Without Twitter Cards, pictures now appear distorted or cropped.
Marvel Studios has released a number of images teasing its upcoming super hero sequel.
Projecteo is part projector and part Instagram hack.
Amazon has rolled out a free Android app for its Cloud Drive Photos platform, making it easier for users to upload, store, share and browse photos from their phones and tablets.
AMC has released a bevy of photos taken from the upcoming third season of the zombie survivor drama.
Google is squaring up to Instagram with the acquisition of San Diego-based Nik Software, maker of the Snapseed photo-editing software.
A number of cast photos for the Wachowskis’ new fantasy epic, Cloud Atlas have tipped up online.
Sending and receiving sexually explicit cellphone photos, or sexting, is widespread amongst US teenagers, a new study has found.
After weeks of rumors, Facebook has acquired Israeli facial recognition company Face.com, in a move aimed at bolstering the company's mobile capabilities.
Eighty-year-old photos discovered by chance in a Danish basement have thrown light on how Greenland glaciers are melting today.
Life goes on, IPO or no IPO, and yesterday Facebook released a new Camera for iOS app that allows users to shoot, filter and share photos.
Senator Charles E Schumer has called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Apple and Google over allegations that iPhones and Android devices are allowing third party access to users' photos and address books.
Carnegie Mellon researchers say they've created a computerized way of matching images in photos, paintings and sketches that's almost as good as the human eye.
With eye-witness reports and photos taking such a prominent part in the recent middle-Eastern uprisings, Duke University scientists have found a way to guarantee their authenticity.
Lytro's released the amazing wide field camera we wrote about back in June, which allows photographers and viewers to refocus pictures after they've been taken.
Facebook has announced a number of "improvements" designed to make it easier for users of the popular social networking site to share posts, photos, tags and other content with a specified audience.